How do I setup an NA radio station in my area?


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Re: How do I setup an NA radio station in my area?

Post by JohnUbele » Wed Mar 22, 2023 1:15 pm

I always thought this was an interesting kit:

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Re: How do I setup an NA radio station in my area?

Post by Jim Mathias » Wed Mar 22, 2023 1:46 pm

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Re: How do I setup an NA radio station in my area?

Post by Thomas S NJ » Thu Mar 23, 2023 9:49 am

I have had a few radio kits over the years as well. I always enjoyed experimenting with them, even before I had an idea of how they worked.

It's still possible to build your own today, though without the guidance of a kit you need a working knowledge of radio. I wish I could convince my brother to help us out; he's an electronics engineer.
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Re: How do I setup an NA radio station in my area?

Post by JohnUbele » Thu Mar 23, 2023 10:28 am

Thomas S NJ wrote:
Thu Mar 23, 2023 9:49 am
I have had a few radio kits over the years as well. I always enjoyed experimenting with them, even before I had an idea of how they worked.

It's still possible to build your own today, though without the guidance of a kit you need a working knowledge of radio. I wish I could convince my brother to help us out; he's an electronics engineer.

I think it's still worthwhile for people to learn about amateur radio, even if they don't get a license for it.

The first two license levels (Technician and General) are easy. I took both of those tests in 2009. I have heard the last level for the Extra class license is more difficult though.

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